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Or /coc/ thread if that's what you look for in the catalog.

Wiki:
http://the-conservatory.wikia.com/wiki/The_/co/nservatory_Wiki

Last weekend's thread:
https://desuarchive.org/co/thread/105688539/
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Last time:

-New pics
-Appladay discussion
-Motion discussion
-Trine discussion
-Progress (maybe) on figuring out the timeline and getting a less meta-narrative history for the floating island
-Figuring out how divinity works
-Other stuff I didn't mention
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What was the last thing discussed about Golden Girl?
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>>105820944
Like things that were ACTUALLY discussed or just tit-posting?
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>>105820225
He looks kinda Irish
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>>105820944
I think we were still waiting for Iron Assailant designs.
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>>105820968
Yeah, actually discussed

>>105821131
I would love to finally see a design for Iron Assailant... or more art from Iron Girl, Katya needs some love
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Had a rough night. Nice to see this thread kickin'
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>>105821154
It was the hotdog amusement park clown king and having to go undercover then.

An anon was writing a script.
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>>105821268
>chancy the clown king
Glad someone remembers. I could keep working on the script, though it seems that gloryhol anon hasn't been back for a while.
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>>105821748
You should keep working on the script anyway.
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>>105820238
Has the setting grown too big for its own good?
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>>105821882
I most likely will. Just been dealing with other projects.

If you have any suggestions for the Golden Girl / Clown King encounter, feel free to post them.
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>>105823877
Neat.

>>105822336
It's all so compartmentalized that not everything effects everything else.
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>>105822455
How does the Clown King operate? How does he select his victims?

Is it based on anyone who wins a lot at the prize games? Is it random?
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Another slow weekend it seems.
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>>105826325
Now i know of whom the clown reminds me of. His costume reminds me of Toyman from Batman Adventure. Not saying its bad, just what his design reminds me of.
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>>105829287
Yeah, I can see it.
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>>105829287
Sure. It's the eyes and the big boy head shape.
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Hmm.

Hey Artist Anon, you still alive?
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Slowest thread we've had in the past few weeks.
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>>105828279
>I punch with my face

Not really original, Decapattack did it better:
- the character was a mummy
- he punched with his head
- his head was in his belly
- he could pick up skulls to put on his shoulders, and throw them at enemies
- his name was Chuck D. Head
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Do we have any art for how Colette would look when older?

Also, was it ever established who is the dad of her time-travelling daughter?
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>>105835955
I know there are some pics of an older, more mature (muscular) /co/lette out there.

Also, I think the father is just /d/ at this point. Father of both of the kids.
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>>105836233
do you have a link to them?
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>>105836397
I think this is one of them.
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We'll be lucky if the thread even makes it through the night, much less through tomorrow.
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>>105834116
I thoroughly remember this game
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How do we make this guy more interesting?
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>>105821107
Dude. This is 4channel now. We try to be a little more considerate about what kind of hateful things we say about people here.
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>>105830103
Yeah, thats it.
Now i want Chancy the Clown to have merchandise from him that acts like toymans gadgets.
He still is a failed/angry mascott?
Like mine dolls of him that act as killerbots. Maybe fridge magnets with his counterfei that are either bombs or electroshocker.
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>>105842970
>He still is a failed/angry mascott?
I thought the story was the whole amusement/theme park was a front for nefarious activities of a criminal nature and that Chancy is the kingpin of clown crime.

also, here's an unrelated Betty doodle.
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>>105842667
Have him form his army of clones and make him do something with them.
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>>105843421
Heh, just had an idea for a Macbeth Parody where it seems like Roller Betty's gone full Yandere with a Switchblade, only to reveal she just got ketchup on her hands.
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>>105842970
>>105843421
Nice Betty.

Reposting
>Roy Chancy is a descendent of Bavarian royalty who fled to the US during WW2 and used his dwindling fortune to establish a hotdog fast food franchise and amusement park in Platinum City. After many years, the inane looping tuba music that Chancy piped throughout his businesses slowly ate away at his sanity. When night falls, the mogul dons the mascot costume of his commercial empire and prowls the streets on a mission of joy and mayhem. In costume, Chancy truly believes that he is The Clown King. His unpredictable attempts at humor and corporate ambassadorship often spark chaos and fear.

So yeah, his business is legit but it's also a front for what is pretty much an underground clown crime syndicate. Though I don't see why he can't have clown themed gadgets as well given that he has a small fortune.
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>>105844791
Did Alex ever practice a martial art?
I don't remember.

Neat pic.
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>>105845160
Akido makes a lot of sense. Not only does it gel with her powerset, it's great for non-lethal takedowns.
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>>105845536
Did Motion learn it before or after the power plant incident though?
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>>105845940
I'd say after. It's a little too conveniently matched up otherwise.
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>>105846344
This raises the question of who the teacher is.
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>>105846736
Probably nobody special. I imagine it'd be one of those things where she gets her ass handed to her and has to step up her game, so she starts learning martial arts and maybe gets some life lessons out of it too.
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>>105848384
Not to nitpick, but Colette is one L.
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>>105837431
OK, so that's Colette in her 30s.

How would she look 40/50 years old?
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>>105846965
So anyone from someone at school to a mall dojo.
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>>105837431
Look cool in her prime.

>>105848384
No one would mind if her gauntlets showed up as a costume piece in a videogame right.
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>>105848502
Probably even more muscular with more scars.
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>>105848890
I like the other version more, where she isn't as muscular but instead runs the space force.
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>>105843421
>>105844562
Ok, thought he was a emploxed mascot who took over the park.
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>>105844562
The clown king's latest insane antic: ten weeniers for $1!
Condiments of your choice included!
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>>105820225
>be me
>writing a script about a really violent vigilante/antihero he cuts a guys hands off with a broken beer bottle who has a black and white sense of morality
>9 panels/page for 22 pages so far
>would like an artist to draw my shit
>also need ideas for a superman and clark kent analogue in my script so far hes written as superman but its not about superman

if anyones interested ill drop a rough draft of my script
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>>105844791
I approve of Speedball with tits.
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>>105844791
Motion Best Girl
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>>105849153
Heh
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>>105821154
No Artist Anon willingly to give life to Iron Assailant?

No? That is sad...
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>>105852956
Someone already did some
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>>105852956
A drawfag named Grimy was doing designs, but he hasn't posted in a month according to the archive.
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>>105853004
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>>105853028
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>>105853091
This all the available concept art of Iron Assailant
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>>105853016
It hasn't been that long, has it?
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>>105854805
I checked. Last posted January 12.
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>>105849552
This thread is less solo-project oriented.
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>>105853004
I like this type of Iron Assailant, but I think she needs more armor, like breastplate, shouldpads and faulds.

>>105853118
Is this the Iron Girl version of Bullion?
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>>105856995
Nope, just different takes on her trying to find a design that works.

She wasn't around during the Bullion series.
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>>105848827
Chicago is a big place. There are multiple full-on Aikido schools.
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>>105858292
Oh, here's a thought, is Alex/Motion able to turn off the kinetic absorption ability so the power is not discovered during the learning process at once such school?
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>>105856995
>I think she needs more armor, like breastplate, shouldpads and faulds
He mentioned that it wasn't meant to be her actual IA outfit. He said he was working on a pic of her in full armor, but we never heard back.
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>>105852956
She is too special and not everyone needs a different era design.
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>>105858676
I think the only energy absorber that can't turn off their power is Rime.
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>>105859726
I see... I hope the guy is alright
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>>105844791
>Shoulders
Jumping straight to the lewd stuff.
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>>105820238
Went to the trouble of making a more informative version of this. I added some people I missed but it's still very far from comprehensive. It got too big to post as a png though.
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>>105863177
>Went to the trouble
first effort was shit, and now you're just stacking piles of it, bro
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>>105863380
>The Golden Girl fag in his natural habitat
See how angry he gets when deprived of his tittymonster.
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>>105863177
That's impressive. Even characters who never got past the heromachine era are in there.

Good show.
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>>105863408
Oh, honey, I'm just not going to cream myself over the art equivalent of crumbs under the table.
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>>105844791
>dat bottom-left

>be rookie hero
>just moved to the CFI
>walk in to the designated Training Area
>see Motion in that outfit
>get nervous
>she gives you that look
>pass out
Why is she so hype, /co/?
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>>105863593
She just is, and this slut right here >>105845160 calling her "Alex" so casual-like, also gave me a boner. How dare you anon, be so aloof with her?
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>>105842721
What's hateful about it? The dude is literally an Irish man with apples. His apperance literally felt like he's an Irish man. Is this man Irish?
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>>105863757
I think they were making a joke that failed to hit.
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>>105863177
Noticed some errors with the names.

>>105863380
>>105863577
Sorry you feel that way, but other people seemed to like it.
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>>105863577
>I'm just not going to cream myself
Living up to the stereotypes, Golden Girl fag. Go check out /aco/ if you're so desperate.
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>>105863380
It's nice to get a sense of scale of just how many characters there are, and to see even characters that only have one piece of art that's years old get some attention.
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>>105863631
Because I've watched many of these characters from they time they were conceived.
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>>105862871
Reposting.
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>>105863577
>I'm just not going to cream myself over the art equivalent of crumbs under the table.
It's a fucking infographic not the fucking sistine chapel you necrotic pinky toe.
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>>105864325
You saucy tramp
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>>105863812
Man, I really love this, I appreciated the time you took on this. Now I consider this a roadmap of sorts.
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>>105864791
The chibi ones look cute!
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>>105864791
Do you have a zip archive of these?
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Okay, here's something I couldn't figure out.

Where should /co/ city be located at, prior to it taking into the air?

You guys like the Cove City origin (it is a former pirate hideout that evolved into a large commercial center due to its harbour trade and smugglers caves). But that puts us at a difficulty on what would be the ideal geographical position. Given the sea trade routes, the most likely candidate is somewhere on the west coast of the USA. But that doesn't jibe with the part where the sea trade got physically cut off due to earthquakes, sending the city into a financial crisis - hard for that to happen when the city is bordering the ocean. Most of the candidate river routes already have large cities around them (Washington for example).
My other choice would have been somewhere around the Great Lakes, but I think those are too far away from sea trade routes of the pirate eras to be good choices. They are too far away from the Atlantic and the only direct way to approach it by sea is the Saint Lawrence, which is too far up north. Plus Quebec and Montreal is already on that same route. But the main problem is that they are extremely far from the Atlantic.

And I think it would be a bit too weird to put the city in Canada. Although being in lake Ontario would put it between the USA and Canada, and that could potentially work, as the backstory says that it was a wealthy, semi-independent city-state.

Also, I'm not familiar enough with north American geography for this, I'm just going by google earth mostly. Was it ever mentioned where the city originally was, anyway?
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>>105865853
Not yet, I recently got my tumblr unblocked though. So the old post still there for the finished ones.

http://ac120.tumblr.com/post/75141776761
http://ac120.tumblr.com/post/75039688336

I am going to pick it backup soon, though, hopefully.
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>>105866185
Originally it was located in northern California before the pirate town idea come to prominence.

It could still be located there. Just have it so earthquakes cut off all water access to it.

It might not work with it declaring itself an independent city state until after liftoff though.
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>>105867576
>It might not work with it declaring itself an independent city state until after liftoff though.
Why's that?
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>>105868688
Because it's still located on American soil before liftoff.
We're talking 1990s America here. No government in this day and age would let any part of their country declare independence.
Just look at the bloodbath that happened in Spain within the past few years, hell, that's still happening.

It'd be better if it was a run down city that no one was able to help because the surrounding cities are so chocked with disasters and criminals no aide can be spared to get that place up and running. And when the crime is finally broken in those cities, they all decide they're going to flood into the old pirate town.
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>>105867576
>It could still be located there. Just have it so earthquakes cut off all water access to it.

It would make sense for it to be in the western coast due to the proximity of fault lines. That allows for the earthquakes, but not the pirate background.

Politically, the USA/Canada border would make the most sense, which works on either coast. On the West coast it would put it somewhere in the bay between Vancouver and Seattle, on the East coast it would put it somewhere in the vicinity of Saint Lawrence and Lake Ontario.

The eastern coast is perfect for everything, except that that area is in the middle of a huge plate, it is tectonically stable. So no earthquakes. Unless induced by non-natural means. Would it be a cliché to invoke Tesla's earthquake machine?

I'm afraid that there is no clear consensus on this. The issue would need to be sidestepped in a way so the exact location is never mentioned, plus it would be irrelevant once the city lifts up.
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>>105868986
One other thing... natural resources. Given that the city is in the air and houses a city's worth of population, it would need godly amount of recycling and enough natural resources to keep things rolling around. Water is easy, there are several extremely large underground springs. With extensive water treatment, this is no problem.
Power isn't an issue either. The antigrav generators use the gravitational pull of the land mass as "fuel", then bend/redirect gravity outside the land mass at a fraction of cost. It acts as a lever between the weight of the city, and the city itself. So it generates more power than it uses, making it the ultimate in green energy - but they also have lots of solar panels, and get better ratio on them depending on how high up they are.

That leaves food and minerals to build goods out of. Air transport can only get so much up there, and natural deposits can't cover all bases (especially with the springs nearby). I dislike the idea of giving them Replicators, but what does that leave? Occasional landing to restock? A small scale Space Elevator could work but that would limit how far the city can move around, unless it occasionally docks to one of several elevators around the globe.

Also the city can't be high up in the sky for the curve of the planet to be visible, making some past depictions impossible. It would need some way to prevent air from thinning if it goes that high. I'd like for it to be that far up though, since my plan is to have it kickstart outer space r&d. A force dome would be too large to work, although in theory, it only needs to be thick enough to hold air together. But the antigrav generator would generate less power the higher up they are, due to less gravity pull to leverage.

They could just switch out to fusion power by the 2000s though. Gives them enough power to get up higher, and they can shoot the waste into outer space at a fraction of cost.
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>>105868912
>>105868688
The idea was that the city was founded on pirates wealth, so it always prided itself in self-governance, and was wealthy enough to afford that. Add in smuggler income from the prohibition era (the harbour areas were honeycombed with secret catacombs). So when the earthquake hits and nearly seals off the place (harbour area dries up, surrounding land turns into a Badlands that they need a small army to pass through), the government is in no hurry to help out. Partially because of the large costs involved, partially because of an obvious grudge.

If the place was situated in the border between Canada and the USA, that would make things even more interesting. They could be playing off both countries for their own gains, and be shunned harder by both of them in return, making it more cut off from the rest of the world.
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>>105863177
Missing Briana. Guess she'd go in the Independent Heroes since there aren't enough BQ characters done to warrant their own section.
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>>105869182
Piracy did happen in the Pacific, Spanish colonies on the west coast were being raided well into the 1600s.

I just don't see a city like that still managed to exist through the 1900s. It would've been claimed by then. Having locals who act all big and independent and then whine for help doesn't make them very sympathetic from a narrative standpoint.

Just stick it somewhere on the west coast, have them proud of their pirate origins, the city goes to shit when earthquakes dry up the harbor and kills all tourism.
No one is in a rush to help because it's 1990 whatever, the cold war just ended, the Russian satellites states are a hot bed of war and independence with the Eastern Jewel raising to power, and so the city is low priority and drown out in the news.
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>>105869302
Briana gets a cameo in >>105820238
But the image from >>105863177 is the main connected setting, so the secondary settings that don't interact with it got skipped over.
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>>105869467
>Having locals who act all big and independent and then whine for help doesn't make them very sympathetic from a narrative standpoint.

Eh, it's not like that. They just often stand against federal mandated crap because they have leverage in wealth and blackmail. And they don't whine for help either, places like UNICEF do. The government just wants to have the place written off. Officially, the place is a no mans land (yeah, a reference to the DC storyline).

>the Eastern Jewel raising to power

Which story is that?
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>>105870395
So they want the city to just be abandoned already, but the residents refuse to leave.

And The Eastern Jewel is the name of the country Sergei Sokol is president for life over.
The one where he collects supers and mad scientists in the wake of the super cold war ending.
Big point of contention after the collapse. Kept the Justice Coalition pretty well occupied and away from more domestic crime fighting which opened up room for the Justice /co/mrades to form in current working canon I suppose.
And I do just suppose on this.

Sergei Sokol's a sleeper threat, but because he fucked up so many other villains' schemes (like snatching up Soviet supers before the Machine Cult could during the collapse), he's able to keep going about his agenda into modern times.
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Quick question. The time line of events has Chaptor listed as donning the hat in 1875, can we push that back a ways? Like to the 1850s? The only real time table we have for it all is that steam cars were starting to become common when Chaptor first put on the hat and we know he wasn't the first dinosaur to suddenly become intelligent since his memoirs of his origin state it was a dinosaur driving the car.
Also, 1875 - 1892 feels like a small time frame for Chaptor to become as legendary as he was in his own time.

We can say that dinosaurs are just incredibly long lived if 1850 something - 1892 (40ish years) + 1980 something - current day (35ish years totaling into 70+ active years) totals up to too long a lifespan for his species. We're not bound to any real dino facts with our dinos.

I bring this up since I'm chest deep in writing Atomic Esquire and Nuclear Knight's origins and I find the latest chapter is going to be from Chaptor's memoirs.
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>>105871030
I feel like I can confidently say that if you hadn't mentioned it, nobody would have ever worried about, or probably even noticed, the change.
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>>105871119
When you look at Chaptor's wiki page, there's a lot of inconsistencies since it IS cobbled together with stuff from the original thread and stuff from the first /co/ wiki. Namely world 19.6 and the golden age. I'd like to rework those into origins and modern appearances respectively. Also work in Agnes' family linage that I've seen discussed lately so that doesn't end up forgotten and lost.

The thing about him being a fossil recovered by an expedition I can work with. In fact that works really well with the plot point I'm currently working on.
But the time frame is just... off. Parts don't fit well together anymore since for the most part the previous multiverse rules and ideas have been lost and the newer ones have largely usurped the old ones in usage.

It's the kind of thing that isn't a big deal when it's just character bios, but when you try to write a story, they begin to pile up and you start wanting to make them fit together better.
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>>105871202
The only person invested enough in the timeline to complain about someone changing it would more than likely be you. I doubt we have any diehard traditionalists that would fight you on it, and the fact you have a good reason to do it would satisfy anyone else.
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>>105871290
I felt it prudent to at least check before I just started changing stuff.
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>>105831532
Holy shit!
Bellend08 is still comes here!
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>>105871367
Is that what he calls himself? That pic is old, I was asking if the artist was still around.

I wanted to know if progress was happening with the next I Know a Guy comic which the characters in that pic were slated to appear in.
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>>105871367
lol Really outed yourself as a dick-rider that barely comes to these thread, huh?
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>>105871431
>Is that what he calls himself? That pic is old, I was asking if the artist was still around.
yeah, when he used to drawfag here more regularly his handle was Bellend... way back in around '08...
he's also tagged in boorus as Endpiece.
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>>105871647
You have the wrong person then, he repeatedly specified that he was not Endpiece.
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>>105870695
>So they want the city to just be abandoned already, but the residents refuse to leave.

They want the city destroyed and all its political blackmail destroyed with them, of course you can't just say, as a politician, that you want a city in US soil to be destroyed.
The earthquake was fucking lucky for them (or maybe even engineered by some other plot, take your pick). It ruined their infrastructure and cut them off from the rest of the world. All the other countries have to do is sit back and watch the city collapse, since there are multiple aftershocks still happening.

The residents can't leave because the sea route dried up, the air route prices skyrocketed, there are semi-regular earthquakes, and the land route is blocked by the Badlands. I imagine it to be a small desert slash Savage Land/Lost World. There are dinosaurs there. You can't just trek through the area.

But the place has hardy people living there, so they make do even when stuck. Various people in power have their own turfs protected. Manny Quinn and Jetpack Viking end up like that. With the area around the city having dinosaurs, no one bats an eyelid when a top hat wearing raptor starts rebuilding the city either, especially when he is fixing the water supply, or reinforcing the city against the earthquakes (be making it float in the ground unbeknownst to the public).

The political situation also makes the place perfect for the IHM to take over.
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>>105863812
This is awesome.
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>>105871030
I don't think it's a good idea to push it back even more. Age and timeline wise, I always considered him to be a contemporary Scrooge McDuck, as he was in the Don Rosa's comics, so late 19th century to early 20th century. I just don't know how the time travel would line up right on that, more research is needed into this.

I proposed before that Chaptor knew the grandparents (or great-grandparents) of the currently maid-in-training 12 year old Agnes, in roughly 1980. Give or take one or two years. Back in the early 20th century, people had kids sometime before hitting 20 years of age. That would mean the great-grandparents of Agnes in the present would be in their ~80s, if Chaptor knew them as young people hired in his mansions, then the time skip must not have been more than 60 years. The reason I want to limit the time skip at that point is because I want to have the old groundskeeper still alive. Agnes takes Chaptor to her (great?) granddad while they are on the run initially, and they would recognize each other. So Chaptor would disappear in the late 1910s. My math may be off a bit.

Keep in mind that Chaptor is then active from the 1980s to at least 2010s. If he dons the hat in 1875, that's 40 years in his normal time, 30-40 in the present. And at no point is he shown as a youngster, only as a full-grown adult - that may be 10-20 more years, he'd be pushing 60 already after the time travel!

By the current age, he'd have to be pushing a hundred, which I think is too much. If anything, 1875 is too early. But I agree on that he'd need more time to become as well known as he was, especially in a time with much slower communication (phones were just invented at the time!).

Are there any estimates on how long dinos lived? I think pushing past 60 as ACTIVE years is very unrealistic, and I don't want to wave things like this away with "it's magic lol".

>>105871647
>>105871861
I'm still waiting out that Endpiece will one day do non-futa Layla Miller porn.
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>>105872945
I pushed it back to 1855, the jump still happens at 1892, you (or whoever is working on the floating island plot line) said they wanted Chaptor to show up earlier in the 1980s, so 1982 is a nice 100 year absence rather than 1987.

Agnes' decedents would be the ones waiting for his return. Agnes was originally waiting for Chaptor before even knowing him, so there's something going on with her family.

Also, it was already established that dinos in the /co/verse are exceptionally long lived. I noticed the longevity thing when re-doing parts of Chaptor's page just now.

So that's a thing.
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>>105863177
so fucking cool
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You know, we could just have it so Agnes already got married and had a kid before Chaptor got toyman canon'd into the future.
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>>105873100
Wait, no, not 100. Fuck.

Well, whatever. I didn't put it at 1982 anyway, I just listed it as 1980s.
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1855, say Agnes is young, like teens or something. By 1892 she could have a kid who is about 15 or so.

90ish years go by, he or she (I'd go with the kid being a son) is 105 when Chaptor reappears, so it could work with the groundskeeper thing you want.
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>>105873100
If the time skip is that long, then it would be impossible for Chaptor to meet someone still living from his own age (not counting Nicky Two-Vests).

>Agnes' decedents would be the ones waiting for his return. Agnes was originally waiting for Chaptor before even knowing him, so there's something going on with her family.

I strongly dislike pre-ordained destinies like that. Adding stuff like that was one of the major turn-offs for me in comics.

Suddenly Spiderman didn't just get his powers from a radioactive spider, he was the totem avatar from the multiversal web of life. Al Simmons wasn't just a merc who made a deal with a demon, turns out his family was manipulated by the devil for a century into getting together.

I don't want any pre-destined roles like that.

>>105873189
>You know, we could just have it so Agnes already got married and had a kid before Chaptor got toyman canon'd into the future.

It's established that Agnes has a line of descendants. What I'd like is to have a character who knows Chaptor personally, and is still alive after the time skip. My idea was that one of the young groundskeepers married Agnes and their family kept serving in Chaptors mansion ever since. Said groundskeeper is still alive, retired, and he'd recognize him, helping to legitimize his claim to the mansion after the time travel, instead of Chaptor just popping up and taking over.

The whole time travel thing is a trap for him, after all. The bad guy in question is Corbichiev, who appeared ten years earlier and has set up power ever since. Whoever lives in/owns the manor is working for him, so Chaptor would be in a hostile situation when he first shows up. Hence the need to meet the old groundskeeper, who can't be too old because he would have to command some authority over the situation.

The real brain behind the operation is unknown at the time of the story, but Corbichiev is ultimately a pawn too.
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>>105873407
Dammit, we're working on different plots.

I had it so it was Passaro who banded Chaptor's rouges together to assassinate him, but Von Kraut pulled a double cross and seemingly killed them all with the atomizer which flung them into the future.

Agnes remains, Chaptor left his manor to her in his will, her family lives there waiting for his return, makes a fortune when they publish his memoirs, and when he returns they've been waiting for him.

Agnes' family has some sort of mystical connection with Chaptor. I don't know what it is, but it's supernatural.
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>>105873407
Agnes would be pushing her mid 40s by the time Chaptor gets flung into the future, that's far too late to be having kids in that age.

It'd make more sense if she was already married and had a teenage child whom Chaptor knew before he was sent into the future.
The child is an old man by the time they meet again, but they did know each other.
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>>105873494
The Chaptors return story in 1982 would only "set up" the character, and Agnes, in the current setting. Corbichiev works as a villain. Chaptor of course knows him, but the rest don't know that he has history with Chaptor.

I thought that it was the time travel wizard in Atomic Esquire that ended up flinging people into the future. I may very well have been wrong on that. My idea was that, since that wizard dude ends up joining the IHM later, he may have been retroactively trying to screw with some characters. Or it might just have been accidental, happening to Chaptor only because he is one of the more important people of the time, one with the most historical significance.

>Chaptor left his manor to her in his will, her family lives there waiting for his return,

That's perfect. I agree with that. Of course, nearly a hundred years later, ownerships might change, but it would explain why they are still living and working there generations later.

>and when he returns they've been waiting for him.
This is the part I'd want to change. So the 1980s young Agnes has only heard of a dinosaur living in the mansion. She heard her great-grandparents mention it, thought it was a fairy tale (keep in mind she is very young). But when Chaptor shows up, she is on his side, and since she remembers the stories - and Chaptor mentions he knew her ancestors - they visit one of the still living great-grandparents (could be one of the older Agnes, but I'd like it to be an old man). Then they make it back to clear up the confusion, almost manage to, when Corbichiev makes his entrance.

Nicky Two-Vests is working for the groundskeeper, either as a butler or bodyguard. Only Chaptor recognizes him, not even the old guy knows who he is. He remains Chaptors ace card and part of the reason why they get out of Corbichievs trap.
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>>105873525
So there would be an Agnes working at the mansion early on in Chaptors career. Her child would be around ten years old herself when Chaptor disappears. She, or her husband, tells about the dinosaur living in the mansion, to their great granddaughter, who is 10-13 in the 1980s story. Chaptor would comment on how much she looks like her elders, who he knew personally, down to where they used to live (and where the old guy still lives with Nicky taking care of him). This is what clinches Agnes, a child, to take the initiative and help Chaptor escape and meet her elders.

I still think this would only allow max 70 years of time skip, and that's pushing it. Making it happen in the late 1910s. With World War 1 going on, he wouldn't even be missed too much by the general populace.
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>>105873723
Wizard? Doctor Science is an ego manic from the far future messing with time. And a massive prick.
No magic involved from him, just SCIENCE!

The set up I have here is that on one of Chaptor's many escapades, he thwarts Von Kraut's attempts to steal a fossilized man (who turns out to be Atomic Esquire) with aide from Nuclear Knight who got to the future via some other means. I already finished writing the chapters detailing his fights with Dr. Science in the 1400s and how he found a way to walk the path of ages, I'm currently in the Chaptor chapter in the 1800s.
They use Von Kraut's de-fossilization machine (which is the cause of dinos running around in the first place) to revive Atomic Esquire and the two knights then continue further into the future showing up somewhere during the 1990s because that's where Dr. Science is, having been recruited by IHM.
Because Dr. Science is with IHM, he's now a part of that age's history, giving them a solid place to jump to where they can fight him.

>>105873790
We're talking about English longevity here, the English are notorious for living long. Someone being 105 - 110 and still cognitive is within the realms of possibility even if it sounds fantastic.

I've met people over 100 years old before, they are a riot once they get going.

A 90 year jump for Chaptor is feasible.

I still say Von Kraut double crossed everyone and got away with it, so Corbichiev and the others should still feel bitter about that.

Late in his life Von Kraut came to regret this as the world became a much more boring place without Chaptor and he felt things might've gone differently for the Kaisers if Chaptor had still been around.
He basically feels WWI could have been averted by Chaptor and blames himself for Germany's decline.

Doesn't stop him from passing on his mad scientist teachings to Doctor Korr before WWII kicks off.
The man lived long thanks to his life extending machine, but even that had its limits.
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>>105873980
Then of course there is the inheritor of Von Kraut's estates, his creation Count Egabbab Gnirut. The count and Chaptor came to an understanding some time before the atomizer assassination attempt, Gnirut declined joining the revenge league.

Because he was created to be the uberman, his lifespan far out strips a normal human's meaning he is still very much alive come the 1990s and one of the few people who knows the names of everyone Von Kraut ever taught, Amanda Korr being his very last student in his super-advanced old age.

He gets forcefully recruited into the Eastern Jewel by Zorana, the werewolf, while trying to help the son of one of Von Kraut's former pupils escape capture after the fall of the Soviet block.
Though the Queen's Queers' vampire ace, Marion, did manage to capture the nuclear scientist in the end.

There is a lot of stuff going on that no one knows, nor cares about I think.
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>>105874081
https://pastebin.com/NG0J9c3d

Because I wanted to write a story about a vampire fighting a werewolf in a Frankenstein's monster's castle a couple years ago for Halloween.
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>>105873407
I like the enemies of Chaptor!
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>>105825077
I guess he has an idea and than while persuading it, attacks people.
Like a burger restaurant attracts more customers than his burger shop. So he goes on a vandalising spree in this burger restaurant.
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>>105875887
it's Tuesday, why are you bumping?
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>>105878502
I agree. There is no discussion left. Lets collect new material, ideas and stuff for next weekend. 140+1 replies is a solid number for /coc/ threads!
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Nice. The face artstyle reminds me a little bit of Sarina from Miracoulus Ladybug.



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